PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Finding a new center is a priority for the Steelers, and it’s something they should address early on in this year’s draft.

One player that seems to be a perfect fit for Pittsburgh is Northwestern’s Rashawn Slater. Some have drawn comparisons to Maurkice Pouncey. Slater is quick, agile and can also play just about any position on the line.

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Georgia’s Trey Hill is an interesting prospect. He had an impressive 2019 season, but his draft stock dropped after a disappointing 2020 season. Hill would be a mid-round target.

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Coach Mike Tomlin and company watched Josh Myers at Ohio State’s pro day. Myer has started since his sophomore year and decided to enter the draft a year early. He could be a late-round steal.

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We know the Steelers have interest in Pitt’s Jimmy Morrissey, which wouldn’t be a bad idea on the final day if he’s there